Hello Everyone and Welcome Back! We hope you’ve all had a lovely summer and are primed for the exciting new season of EAC events.
We kick off the month with the King of the Waltz, Andre Rieu’s annual summer extravaganza, “Love is All Around”, screened from Vrijthof Square, Maastricht. Expect popular sing-alongs, sumptuous waltzes and dancing in the streets….oh and big, big hair!
Olga Stone and Kristene Sutcliffe keep up the amorous theme on September 10th with ‘Love is in the Air,’ an evening of beautiful duets for soprano and piano, featuring compositions by Chopin, Mozart, Rossini and Porter.
Also live this month, those swashbuckling songsmiths Mine’s A Shanty are back on the 15th for a full night of salty singing and nautical natter. The scurvy rascals are promising shanties and sing-alongs to shiver your timbers – it’s a general admission event with cabaret-style table seating so get those tickets quick!
The Piano Series gets underway on the 23rd with a real treat in the shape of Korean keyboard prodigy, Minkyu Kim. Minkyu will give a free masterclass in the morning, unpacking some of the themes and motifs from his evening recital programme. This is open to everyone and provides an incredible opportunity to spend some time with and ask questions to, a young professional at the top of their game. His evening recital will include works by Beethoven, Liszt and Onac.
We begin our new Midweek Movie season on the 13th with Marc Forster’s ‘A Man Called Otto,’ starring Tom Hanks as the eponymous grouch. This is a heartwarming, funny film that shows that friendship and family can sometimes be found in the most unexpected places.
Friday Film Club opens it’s doors on September 29th with the epic, Alpine journey of self-discovery that is ‘The Eight Mountains.’ This is a future classic and a must for all the serious cinephiles out there.
Throughout the month, our gallery will be playing host to painter Steve Naisbitt and will be open daily during office hours, at showtimes and on Saturday 16th from 12-4pm for The Weekend View.
Look out for news on the latest Southern Gothic Choral Club sessions, we’re looking for singers to perform at Port Erin’s spooky village walk and during our “Otherworld” exhibition in October!
Please get in touch if you need any further information about any events and we look forward to seeing you all very soon.